Dylan William – Technology Innovative teachingRESearch – Michael Fullen – Becta research – good learning research. FfAndy Hargreaves – research = prof bostonuni – hargreves, Innovators dilimema – 4th way - Endorsed by 21st c skillsInnovative Teaching and Learning Research – Investments in Technology without benefits in Learning Outcomes21st Century LearnersLooking at connection between innovating T&LDesign of Learning Activity – Collaboration/Using Technology to connect and learn with othersProblem sovling/collaboration/
Impact of the Flipped ClassroomClintondale High School, Detroit had poor rates of success with their learners. A school with a challenging intake of learners, 75% receiving a free or a subsidized lunch, and had significant issues with discipline. This was an “At Risk, Failing School”. They changed their model of instruction using the flipped classroom approach. These results are for their intake year of learners ages 14 to 15. As a result of their change to a “flipped classroom” results have significantly improved, absenteeism is down and learner discipline is significantly better.We need more research evidence.
Flipped learning computing science
Creating Resources for the
“Increasing the amount of feedback in order to have a
positive effect on student achievement requires a
change in the conception of what it means to be a
it is the feedback to the teacher about what students
can and cannot do that is more powerful than
feedback to the student”
John Hattie in Visible Learning
*Source: Visible Learning: A Synthesis of Over 800 Meta-Analyses Relating to Achievement, John Hattie (2008)
Why flip your classroom?
Speaks language of learners
Helps busy learners
Helps struggling learners
Pause and rewind the teacher
Increasing interaction (learner/teacher,
• Real differentiation
…and much more
Before the Flip
After the Flip
Source: Clintondale High School, Detroit , http://www.flippedhighschool.com/
Where to start?
Develop the lesson
• Learning Intentions to ….script.
• Focus on content and clear
• Think about contexts that
have meaning for learners
• Rule of thumb: 1 page A4
12pt = 3 minutes.
• Plan videos to be from 3
minutes to a max of 10
Building your Video
• Record your script
– Pace / Take your time!
– You can always edit!
– Your audio will direct your video
Building your Video
• Animation to audio track
• Stop-motion videos
– 12 frames per second / HD
• Change to animate
• Production values!
Your video, your way
Make videos with another teacher!
Add callouts, Annotations
SMART Notebook ScreenChomp – iPad app CamStudioStudio
Video is the easy bit!
You watched the video last night?
Who needs some help?
What do I do with all this time?
• Jigsaw puzzle
• Team based learning
+ Formative Projects to test understanding
in separate IDE
Where do you put your stuff?
• Share online / Glow?
Subtitles (from script)
Interaction about video
Transcoding for streaming – all devices
Make playlist for course
• Use the cloud to share your content
• Encourage learners to embrace the cloud
Sharing online / digital hand-in
• Don’t move on until you get it!
• Clear learning objective (you have them already!)
• Teacher needs to let go of control
• Learner takes ownership of
• Personalise and differentiate
• Remediation / Support
• Shows learners the value of
• Close the Gap/Raise the
You need to be a Content Master
Building multiple formative assessments
• My flipped course: http://glo.li/n4n5course
• Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every
Student in Every Class Every Day
by J. Bergmann & A. Sams
• Flipping 2.0: Practical Strategies
for Flipping Class by J. Bretzmann